Born from a devotion for the unique and prestigious, MYKU creates its revered timepieces from semi-precious stones using top-of-the-line techniques. MYKU is committed to creating intrinsic and timeless designs, carefully crafted from materials that will withstand the test of time. Both the cultural symbolism and the natural beauty of the selected and elusive, yet significant, stones inspire MYKU. For centuries, the practical application of stone has included use in architecture, art and jewelry.
Nine origin 2730 is our tribute to the way hand made designer eyewear should always be made. No shortcuts, just pure Japanese know-how that has been brought down through generations in order to be able to make the perfect product. A combination optical frame, made from original Japanese made acetate, grade 2 medical Titanium and Beta Titanium. In order to obtain the flexibility and lightness of this piece, we had to create an even more delicate and complicated structure than normally used for optical frames.
Combining modern formation of design philosophy with classic Chinese aesthetics, The Garden is a fine jewelry collection that made of nephrite and jadeite, gold, ruby and diamond. The exquisite metal structure presents the combination of virtual and real, meanwhile emphasize the concise beauty of jade.
Taq Kasra, which means kasra arch, is the memento of The Sasani Kingdom that is now in Iraq. This pendant inspired by the geometry of Taq kasra and greatness of former sovereignties that was in their structure and subjectivism, has been used in this architectural method to make this ethos. The most important attribute is it’s modern design that has made it a piece with a distinct view so that form the side view it looks like a tunnel and brings subjectivism and form the frontal view it has made an arched space.
The Bauhaus timepiece was envisioned to be elemental and yet, bold; an effortless blend of elegance with simplicity. It embraces the power of design with a thoughtful expression of urban minimalism. While extracting elements from the Miesian style such as clean lines and a minimal framework, the timepiece expands on the concept by defying symmetry and conformity with subtle elements. The little breaks in consistency creates a final model that exudes versatility and boldness. It is a respectful understanding of the past while fiercely defining the future.
The inspiration of this piece was from a Japanese painting called The Great Wave off Kanagawa, it also took the meaning from an ancient Chinese poem. The shape of the wave was the element from the painting, the designer used blue sapphires to represent the waves, however the concept of the moon was from the poem, the dangling yellow sapphire also gave the earring some movements. In Chinese culture, moon represents reunion and good memories. The designer would like to express the traditional Asian culture through the piece.